Self Leveling Concrete Overlays

Some of the most beautiful and durable floors in the world today have been created using decorative self-leveling concrete and overlays. These coatings allow unlimited creativity, providing you with countless design options to compliment any design and enhance your home or business. These techniques result in floors so beautiful that many people mistake them for tile or natural stone. Choose from a polished or lightly textured sandstone-like surface.

A concrete floor that is in good condition often doesn’t require any overlays or self-leveling concrete. In these cases, our skilled concrete flooring experts can dye and polish your floor for a striking, unique finished appearance. If your floor has sustained damage or wear, however, or if you simply want more design options, self-leveling or overlay options are available.

Self-Leveling Concrete Choices

Self-leveling concrete is an ideal choice if you have concrete floors that are uneven, sloped for drainage or damaged. It is also a good solution for height variations between the floor and adjacent tile or hardware floors or if there are height discrepancies at doorways or fixtures. Our experienced crews carefully apply the self-leveling concrete to your floor in ¼ inch layers to a thickness of up to 1 inch.

Self-leveling concrete
is available in gray and white and readily accepts dye or colorings for a single tone or a multi-colored pattern. Artfully executed saw cuts add texture and flair and can be used to make your flooring look like tile or paving stones. Saw cuts can be combined with color patterns, colored glass and exposed aggregate then selectively ground, polished and sealed for an exciting, one-of-a-kind look. The look is completed with a protective sealant to provide durable beauty and make maintaining your new floors simple.


Stamped Concrete, Self Leveling Concrete, Philadelphia PA

Stamped Concrete, Self Leveling Concrete, Philadelphia PA


Self-Leveling Concrete - Local Areas We Serve

We apply self-leveling concrete in Philadelphia, Bristol, Chalfont, Doylestown, Dublin, Hulmeville, Ivyland, Langhorne, Morrisville, New Britain, New Hope, Newtown, Penndel, Perkasie, Quakertown, Richlandtown, Riegelsville, Sellersville, Silverdale, Yardley PA

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